Whats the craziest thing you ever did?
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Posted by cowpuncherPosted by ArticleLPosted by DG
A cops worst nightmare imagine rolling in tires screeching for nothing. As that smug grin goes they live for excitement as smarter, mischievous teens go we lived for there deterring. Priceless doesn't even describe it I think fits of laughter does. To always be one step ahead is giggles. I remember one day normal toilet paper day it was either that or vandalizing I despised spray painting. I never was the kind to leave a mark, I just wanted to live. The house we targeted wasnt good enough so we decided to do apartment buildings. Toilet paper rolls were thrown around all the guard rails and steps creating a white carpet then we discovered the fire extinguisher. We proceeded to smoke out the occupants the aftermath was watched from a bush. Good times.
Posted by ArticleLPosted by DG
The point back then was... if he was going to take over our entertainment and fun... we would make HIM our entertainment and fun.
Posted by DG
Nice CP throwing them off guard is quite hilarious. One of those who did it senarios then you just point at everyone in the circle.
|Here is another fun one from my ill spent youth |
When I was 19 or so, there was a park in a local small, rural town where all of us that age would gather on a saturday night, hang out, have a few beers, and socialize. There isn't much to do other than that when you are that age in a very rural farming county, an hour away from the nearest movie screen. (At the time our local drive-in was not open and operating).
The local cops left us alone because we were very good about keeping things under control, keeping things CLEAN, making sure anybody who needed a ride had one and got home safe, and we just generally didn't cause any fuss or problems. They were smart enough to know that if we were all in one place like that and mostly behaving ourselves other than sneaking a few beers... that was far preferable to the alternative of having us out driving around on the backroads doing the same thing where they couldn't keep an occasional eye on us just to make sure all was well.
Then one cop, I don't remember if he was a State or County cop now, decided he was going to start making it his mission to hassle us and bust us for having a few beers. Word got around because we were warned about it by one of the other cops who was more lenient and liked just having us gathered in that one spot, behaving, and not driving around as we would have to otherwise. So CP hatched a plan and got a few buddies involved.
One saturday night, we bought a big cooler full of IBC root beer, the kind in the brown glass bottles. We had all of our beer cooler cups to put them in, and all of us guys and some gals sat around on the picnic tables, listening to somebody's car stereo at a reasonable volume just like normal, minding our own business. THEN... here comes Mr. Hot Dog Cop whipping around the block and pulling in, watching as we hide our brown bottles behind us or down to the side... and quickly wheeling our cooler out of sight... thinking he's just filled his monthly ticket quota in one fell swoop. lol He gets out of his car swaggering a bit with a smug smile on his face and informs us he saw it all.
So my buddy Lee pulls the cooler up to him, opens the lid, and says with a perfect poker face: "Here's the evidence officer... want one?" At which point we all grab ours again and start drinking our root beers.
He was a little less than pleased with us. *evil chuckle* But he couldn't do a damned thing about it.
|Bust car windows, kick doors down and run, fight, treetrunk women, party,|
What night wasn't crazy. We called this having a life zodiac stereotypical situations begone. Keeping your wits in a cloud was the ultimate test then it turned into self control streamlining fun.
|One year for halloween in grad schhol, I made my buddy dress up as a life size voodoo doll and made giant pins from spokes then charged folks to poke him....hoping to miss a vital organ of course! Hey, he volunteered so why not?!|
Posted by truecap
Oh there's lots more. I have the same sense of humor irl as I do on dxp.. the only difference being I can wield it better. I might post another one later, there are a bunch. I convinced some trainees from the Chinese branch of my old workplace that some of us crazy American cowboy types go out on weekends, put on body armor, and have shootouts with real bullets... (they were totally convinced, and are spreading the word in China about how crazy we are even now), put a shipping label on my mexican buddy I worked with that said "Ship Via La Migra" and had him walking around the shipping dept with that all day long wondering why everybody was smiling and laughing all day... convinced my boss's boss's boss that I had tore up a $125,000 piece of brand new equipment when I had it apart to do an upgrade and nearly gave him a stroke... I tend to kind of be a nexus of onry butter like that. Lots of fun.
|Cowpuncher, that cracks me up!!!!!|
|Ouch! ...better luck next time|
Posted by PotHeadVirgo22
Improv is supposed to be funny. Try working on that part.
|Lol, is it true? No....but I had fun brushing up on my improversation Skills...|
|Have sex with a pregnant midget while on LSD and running from a crazed husband who thinks I had sex with his wife whom was 8 months pregnant until my dick accidentally beat the top of the baby's head which made him so retarded that he committed suicide by choking himself to death using the umbilical cord which sent his mother into shock and soon she died.|
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|CP: "GREG! look at those two busting a gut laughing! There's the guys who committed grand theft wheelchair!"|
Greg: "Yeah! I think you are right!"
That launched off an entire day of those guys playing little pranks back and forth all day long... Greg going after his Wheelchair rustlers... the alleged rustlers counter-attacking.. back and forth.. NONE of it nasty or negative mind you, just cheerful guys trying to one up one another with a prank.
At the end of the day, of course, I did let them all know they'd been had.
Aside from that I've also tied his wheelchair up to his workbench before, by crawling under the bench from the other side and using a springy cord... also just before smoke break, and put a bumper sticker that said "I'd rather be spanking the Monkey" on the back of his wheelchair and tricking him into wheeling past 200 women on an assembly line grinning ear to ear as he did so... oblivious to the bumper sticker on back of the chair. lol
He tried to get even and did okay a few times! Also, just in case anybody has their panties all in a wad about how terribly un-PC all of this was, remember what I said earlier: The guy loved it.. because I would nail him JUST like anybody else. With me he was just one of the guys, like any other. I always had quite a bit of respect for him because he could have just collected aid, but instead chose to educate himself, show up to work every day, and earn his money. He still made one hell of a fun target though.
Some other greatest hits, in brief, were convincing another guy that our entire department had to go in to the doctor and get anal probes that were 3" wide and a foot long, convincing my Phillipino trainee to go around an entire lab telling everybody that he choked his chicken all the time in the Phillippines, getting that same trainee to challenge the only female tech in the lab to a friendly game of Pocket pool after work, and hundreds of others, major and minor, that I've mostly forgotten over the years.
Not all Caps are stuffy in the workplace. Likewise not all bosses are as well. One of the best things I consistently received on evaluations for years is that I get along great with my fellows, and keep morale high. It makes a difference when you are working long hours together week after week, year after year.
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